Roof forms of various types covered with red clay barrel tile popping up and down is a signature event of the Tuscan Vernacular style. The mix of gable, hip, shed, mansard, or pavilion roofs set on the sandstone walled buildings should be used in a most disciplined manner to provide the appropriate look. Too elaborate a mix on any one building or one out of harmony with neighboring roofs should be avoided. A simple solution is always best as witnessed in the roofscapes of Charles Z. Klauder. Dovecote chimneys and towers of all sorts need to be carefully included when it is right to do so.